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Rockets’ Victor Oladipo a trade candidate after reportedly turning down two-year, $45.2 million extension – CBS Sports

Oladipo, who is a candidate to be traded before the March 25 deadline, is seeking a long-term deal this summer



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When the Houston Rockets brought in Victor Oladipo in the aftermath of the three-team James Harden trade, the question was whether Oladipo would remain in Houston long term. We still don’t know the answer. On Monday, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Oladipo turned down Houston’s two-year, $45.2 million extension offer, all but ensuring he will enter this summer as an unrestricted free agent. 
The two years, $45.2 million was the most the Rockets could offer prior to the summer. Once free…

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